Right here is normally where I would bust out an Emo joke and point out that the character on the following posters is just hamming it up in a depressive manner to make us connect with him on some emotional level. Then I remembered that Max Payne is a badass and the movie actually looks pretty cool, so my desire to poke fun dwindled quickly. But I digress. Below you will find two brand new international posters for the upcoming video game adaptation Max Payne, which stars Mark Wahlberg in the title role.

Max Payne International Poster

Max Payne International Poster

Max Payne hits theaters on October 17, 2008.


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